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    Memories

    An amusing and touching collection of anecdotes. A glimpse of life in a recently bygone era.
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    brilliant very enjoyable
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    An object lesson for all serving police officers..

    A timely reminder of how local policing should be performed. Generally very readable, it provides a sharp contrast to the PC-dominated and largely mismanaged police service operating nowadays. MJ illustrates the correct ration between common sense and technical parerphenalia, a ratio that has now been reversed with woeful results.
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    When we respected the Police

    A different type of book for me, I enjoyed it so nice to see how the police were back in those days just seems like last week. As Martyn said we could talk to the local Bobby, and if you were doing something you shouldn't have been doing you knew he would tell you off, but we didn't go running home to tell your parents as you knew you would get into more trouble. Pity we couldn't go back to those days.
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